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This paper reviews implementation of the Fund’s external communications strategy and suggests issues that the Board may wish to discuss at its third meeting since 1998 on the subject. The strategy has been shaped by the previous Board discussions and more recent decisions and discussions on transparency, conditionality, PRSP/PRGF, the Independent Evaluation Office, and other issues. This paper represents more of a stocktaking than a fundamental reconsideration of the Fund’s approach to external communications. It examines the progress made in recent years and steps that might be taken with current resources to increase the effectiveness of the strategy.
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participation in online discussion forums on IMF policy issues. The Office in Europe, for example, could be used for real-time participation by European journalists in press conferences and briefings at Fund headquarters. Expanding the reach of the Fund’s website by offering live and taped audio and video webcasts in more than one format would have resource implications. Given that the demand from outside the Fund for such features still seems to be very limited compared with the interest in textual information, the cost of expanding the Fund’s webcasting capacity should be